Maryland Awaits USDOT Response to Automated Vehicle Testing Application for I-95

The Baltimore Sun reports, “Interstate 95 and other major arteries around the Baltimore region could become a testing ground for driverless cars” if USDOT approves the State of Maryland’s recent Automated Vehicle testing and deployment area application. The newspaper adds, “The state chose the busy I-95 corridor from College Park to Aberdeen because it is well-suited for ‘real-world testing,’ Maryland Transportation Secretary Pete Rahn said.”